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  1. Hello everyone,,, I see a lot of setups where growers run a reservoir & pump system to water their plants on a set schedule. If you’re watering like this how are you feeding? Do you add the nutrients into the reservoir and just allow it to feed over the course of several days? Or do you still hand feed nutes ีีufabet? I’m currently hand watering, but plan on using a low tech gravity watering system for my next grow, but I still need to figure out how that works for adding nutrients. Any advice or ideas would be appreciated.
  2. Hello everyone,, So this is my first run if plants ever with hermies. 2 GSC so far and 1 gorilla glue ( all started from seed ) and a clone of a Gelato plant that ive grown before now also hermed out. The only thing new this run is my light. i went from a 600 watt HPS cool tube last grow to this 480 watt quantum board this grow we think weve already ruled out heat stress, light leaks, and bad genetics ( the clone ). after a day and a bit of trying to wrap my head around why this was happening i looked at the light specs and it suggest hanging it 20-32 inches away from the canopy. my light is 12 inches from the canopy. do you think that could be it? some things about my grow 4 Gallon pots with HP pro mix in a 4x4x6 tentnear me cheap color copies fed a combo of Compost tea and top dress ( used in the past with great success ) temps at min would go to 21C and 26C on the high end. and humidity never went above 55% during flower. TLDR: i think my new light is too close to my plants and making them herm, thoughts? EDIT: i did not change my light mid grow. this is a new light compared to my last grow which i used my HPS
  3. Hey everyone, I start counting the "seedling" stage when the sprout appears above the medium. Then I consider it a seedling until it gets its first set of real leaves. For my last two it's ended up being about 2 weeks give or take a few days.https://420bigbud.com/best-canadian-seed-banks-reviews/ What about you how do you counts yours? Any more suggestions so that plants can grow in more speed.
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